Should I stitch or glue my wetsuit?
The choice of whether to stitch or glue a wetsuit repair will depend on several factors, including the size and location of the damage, the type of neoprene used in the wetsuit, and your personal preference.
In general, stitching is a good option for small tears or punctures in non-critical areas of the wetsuit, such as the arms or legs. Stitching can be effective in closing the gap and preventing further tearing, and it can be a relatively simple and inexpensive repair but the downfall here is that it may not be 100% waterproof if the stitching is not tight.
On the other hand, glue can be a good option for larger or more complex repairs, particularly in areas such as the seams or torso where stitching may not be as effective. Glue can create a strong, waterproof seal that can help prevent further damage to the wetsuit.
Ultimately, the best option for repairing your